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Diary Of A Pastor’s Son (IV) || Because My Pastor Do Not Know It All

BECAUSE MY PASTOR DON’T KNOW IT ALL Be flexible in your opinions, thoughts, religiosity and churchiness. This, apparently, is what my pastor lacks. We live in a world that’s fast changing. A world where cultures are shifting and technological advancement is taking a leap. Yet, a certain preacher man has decided to sink his pious […]

Of Religion And Human Tradition

Let’s be realistic here, the bible is not to be blamed. Most denominational doctrines are a product of one man’s ideas, preference. No biblical backing whatsoever. I come from a denomination where rules that don’t really matter are imposed on members. It’s actually more of an INTELLECTUAL issue than a SPIRITUAL ISSUE. The Devil’s Box My pastor […]

Sunday Musing || When It feels Like God’s On Leave

“Rejoice in the Lord always.” Philippians 4:4 Through the above quoted five words, God shows us that internal joy cannot be tied to external circumstances. When one is unemployed, when flaws are exposed, and when most meaningful relationships were broken or dysfunctional, God reminds us that joy in the Lord is still possible. God does not […]

Sunday Musing || The Broken Painting

The Broken Painting Once upon a time, a well known painter was finishing his painting. It’s an incredibly beautiful painting to be shown during Princess Diana’s marriage. The painter was consumed by and excited with his own painting that he unconsciously took a few step backward while admiring the 2x8m painting. He didn’t look back […]

The Lord Shall Deliver

THE LORD SHALL DELIVER “On mount Zion there shall be deliverance” – Obadiah 1:17 When the roof of protection cave in and the walls come crumbling when the foundations of faith quake do not forget to remember, the Lord shall deliver. When clouds heavy hover above and the night is dark and dreary when the […]

Yes You Can! End Of Story

Life is not a holiday at the beach where children build sand castles and play with pebbles. It is a fight for survival and a battle against the ever scheming, always furious arch enemy of God and man. Everyone is involved in the warfare. Unfortunately not everybody wins. Some ignore the battle with endless hopeless […]

Cost of Choice

COST OF CHOICEEarth! Dear earth, I’m draineddrained by the choice in our lossperfection spells peace and freedombut our choice chose selfishlylost in its blindness of greed I sit yet I’m restlessly tamedtamed by meticulous necessitythe beginning was bound in lifebut violation crept steadilyand made a feast upon dust If I cried the world to warit […]

I Am A Christian | Stefn Sylvester Anyatonwu

I AM A CHRISTIANWhen I say I am a Christian I’m not screaming ‘I immune from sin!’ I’m whispering “I die daily’ It’s His blood that wipes my stain. I was lost, with love he found me Daily I leverage on grace. When I say I am a Christian I say it not in pride. […]

His Love | Victor Ifeanyichukwu

HIS LOVE I will sojourn round the globeto get thee the hued clothgoing round the celestial brumeand making my ode blotched before theelo the celerity is clarioned  bringing susurration to thine pellucid steedby zepyr aranting thine bladeto bring thine children’s foe rended – Bro. Victor Ifeanyichukwu Enjoyed reading? Please help my blog grow by leaving a […]

Random Musings | Stefn Sylvester Anyatonwu

I know the ‘WHYs’ that precede your tears: Brace up, you’re not the first! I know that sigh, that silence: It reminds me you wish I’m there. I know how ‘I love you’ ends: Talk of recycled tales. I know you now regard me less: You got the jewel. So what’s left? I know you […]

Rain & Rooftop – Stefn Sylvester Anyatonwu

POEM 119: Roof and Rainfall  As if you were the rain I prayed for after many years of drought. You came like torrential droplets slapping my face in sweet harmony with my thirst for you. You are rain, and I the roof,  Like a long awaited rainfall you rushed over me in the wetness of […]

Featured Poem: Lost In Thought – Danbrown Ofordson

LOST IN THOUGHT How can I keep wandering in a world without wonder? Or ponder in a world I’ve grown fonder? How do I settle down freely and mettle? And even when the kettles of life dangles me I do not nettle? How can I keep riding my tricycles in circles? Or re-act my cycle […]

Sweet Sin – Stefn Sylvester Anyatonwu

POEM 105: SWEET SIN I think I’ve seen the devil He’s a fine lady in red. I know I shouldn’t return the smiles but look, she’s got no fork tail though all black like devil in folktales There’s dark beauty in her black There’s magic in her smiles And I’m smitten. There’s a smirk on […]

Featured Poem: Moving On, by McDaniels Afangideh

MOVING ON (Inspired by Asa) A song of no-mean-repute Playing on a flow of repeat Ambling through the stereo’s heart Massaging the ambiance in a mute loud tone I sit with legs cris-crossed Like a refugee in my fatherland Percolating through the pages of life Providing answers to questions rhetorical Memories perched on my thought-full mind Of […]

Featured Poem: Elysium by Sravani Singampalli

Elysium I have seen those Breathtaking cherry blossoms, Wonderful cascades, serene woods And lonely valleys. I really felt happy seeing All the beauties of nature. I never thought of anything More beautiful than this But when I heard the laughter Of those poor innocent children When I saw them jumping in happiness After receiving goodies […]

For This Purpose Am I Here

To be stain on your whiteTo be a scar to your beautifulTo be a black on your whiteTo knock off shadows off your bloom To bore a hole in your heartTo connect dots you ignoreTo make you full and make you thirstTo rattle you bones when you’re gone To fold you in my shivering armsTo […]

I Love You This Much

POEM 49: I LOVE YOU THIS MUCH Stubble had more value Compared to me and all I had. Deep within I felt so empty Yearning for a refill But no one, nothing could do. So I got me on my boat Sailing to a land unknown Nomadic call in my heart I follow Casting cares […]

Thank You, Church | Stefn Sylvester Anyatonwu

Not your regular kind of poem THANK YOU, CHURCHI was hungry and you formed a committee and you discussed my hunger and you paid yourselves to talk about my hunger. Thank you. I was imprisoned and you crept off quietly to your churches and piously pray for my release. Thank you. I was naked and […]


Tears dried Clouds come floating by,  No longer to carry rain or usher storm,  but to add color to my sunset sky. I rose from my fall Like a rose in fall. #365Poems #Pengician #SSA